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Anyone wearing green today?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Millerp, Mar 17, 2006.

  1. Millerp

    Millerp Senior member

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    Top of the morning!

    Anyone wearing green today?

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  2. Tomasso

    Tomasso Senior member

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    Let's not forget a hat and scarf.


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  3. southbound35

    southbound35 Senior member

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    It's casual Friday, so I'm wearing this shirt with some khaki-ish patterned dress pants.

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  4. Nick M

    Nick M Senior member

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    White shirt with a bright green exploded gingham check, washed black jeans, off-white Adidas Gerd Mullers with bright green stripes and laces.

    It's now the 18th, and never before has the term 'beer-soaked' been more appropriate to describe what I have on.
     
  5. Joseph Casazza

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    I've got on a dark green shirt, black with gold vine pattern tie, green and brown tweed sportcoat with a pale gold pocket square, gray wool trousers, brown shoes. I don't think I would wear a bright green tie, however. Oh, and I am at least in part Irish, in spite of the name. My paternal grandmother was Irish.
     
  6. Earthmover

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    I'm wearing a green RLPL polka dot tie today.
     
  7. shoreman1782

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    Standard friday, with a touch more green--

    green ringer tshirt under a green am apparel leisure shirt
    brown hooded sweathshirt
    apc anglaise (washed first time last night)
    brown converse varvatos WCTIIs with green details

    A little matchy, but hey, it's St. Patrick's Day. Wait, I think I can post on ST today!
     
  8. Mr. Checks

    Mr. Checks Senior member

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    Dark green Brooks v-neck over a Zegna stripey with some green in it.
    America via County Mayo.

    SONG FOR IRELAND

    Walking all the day
    Near tall towers where falcons build their nests
    Silver-winged they fly
    They know the call of freedom in their breasts
    ...
    Living on your western shore
    Saw summer sunsets, asked for more
    I stood by your Atlantic Sea
    And sang a song for Ireland
    ...
    Dreaming in the night
    I saw a land where no one had to fight
    Waking in your dawn
    I saw you crying in the morning light

    Sleeping where the falcons fly
    They twist and turn all in your air-blue sky
    ...
    Living on your western shore
    Saw summer sunsets, asked for more
    I stood by your Atlantic Sea
    And sang a song for Ireland


    (as performed by Mary Black)
     
  9. aportnoy

    aportnoy Senior member

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    Does Edward Green count?[​IMG]
     
  10. Renault78law

    Renault78law Senior member

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    I'm wearing a green RLPL polka dot tie today.
    Ditto, except Barba.
     
  11. Tyto

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    A green flannel shirt. I hadn't even thought about it--totally forgot about St. Pat's.
     
  12. ceestand

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    No green as I loathe St. Pat's day. America via County Galway, if you must.
     
  13. Full Canvas

    Full Canvas Senior member

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    Oxxford Crown Cashmere odd jacket - dark grey with subtle green overcheck
    Sulka shirt - pale green (almost white)
    Sulka tie - two shades of green, Celtic Knot design
    Nothing else with the color of the day.
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  14. sysdoc

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    Well, being with a full-blown Irish fiancee I got my a$$ kicked this morning for not wishing her a Happy Paddie's Day ...

    Still, I keep it like Andrew ... does Edward Green count?

    On St. Patrick's Day it's not easy to be with somebody who speaks fluent Gaelic and who has corrupted my life philosophy with the so Irish 'live and let live' and 'everything will turn out fine' attitude.

    Oh, did I forget to say that I truly love her?

    My heart's all green today ... is that good enough?
     
  15. JBZ

    JBZ Senior member

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    My wife is of 100% Irish decendency (first generation here in the U.S.), and she is the chairperson of the local St. Patrick's Day Parade (held last Saturday), so green was de riguer for me today. I am wearing a forest green BB shetland sweater.
     
  16. sysdoc

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    Sorry, I just had it confirmed that the SHAMROCK has THREE leaves, not four (clover!)! This comes form an actual Irish person, not from an Irish decendent. Lá breÃthe Padraig!
     
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    Nope, no green for me. I’m Austro-Hungarian-German. The closest thing I have to Irish relatives, are the ones that live in England [​IMG] Jon.
     
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    Green Kiton pocket square.
    Green lining to my suit jacket.
     
  20. Millerp

    Millerp Senior member

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    Sorry,

    I just had it confirmed that the SHAMROCK has THREE leaves, not four (clover!)!

    This comes form an actual Irish person, not from an Irish decendent.

    Lá breÃthe Padraig!



    Original post corrected. Thank you!

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